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order to close the offshore prison at guantanamo bay within a year. that did not happen because congress stopped him from doing it. in passing the bill that pays for all our defense, the annual bill that gets passed every year, the defense authorization act, congress added language blocking the president from moving any prisoners from guantanamo to american prisons. it is, of course, one of the most high-profile, unfulfilled promises of the obama presidency so far, that guantanamo is still open, and the president is not shy about that. he brings it up. he will explain why it is he has not been able to get that done. >> there's some things that we haven't gotten done. i still want to close guantanamo. we haven't been able to get that through congress. >> congress has not allowed him to close guantanamo, but it should be noted this president has not sent anybody new there, either. there were 242 prisoners at guantanamo when he took office. it's now down to 166. people have been shipped out to other countries, a few of them have died. a very small number of them have gone through this cocka
to transfer or release guantanamo bay detainees to the united states. this is identical in substance to section 1027 of the fiscal year 2012 national defense authorization act, except that it prohibits the use of the funds permanently. we know the president said he would close guantanamo almost four years ago. i thought it was a bad idea then, i think it's an even worse idea today. we should move beyond campaign promises and think about what really makes sense on this issue. the stubborn refusal to increase the gitmo detainee population has been the key stumbling blocks in establishing an effective long-term detention policy. the american people have been pretty unified in their opposition to bringing gitmo detainees to the united states and i believe we should liv to them. i understand senator feinstein just released the g.a.o. report she requested regarding facilities and factors to consider if gitmo detainees were brought to the united states. i've reviewed this report. and i have to respectfully disagree that this report offers any support whatsoever for the idea that gitmo dpoir
, dozens of guantanamo bay detainees could be headed here to stay. >> reporter: it could mean the beginning of the end for guantanamo bay. dianne feinstein, the head of the senate intelligence committee, asked for a study four years ago and got the report this month. 166 detainees in guantanamo bay could be housed safely in american prisons, according to a federal report released today. senator feinstein concludes that president obama's controversial plan to move detainees to the u.s. could work. she says 373 people, charged or convicted of terrorism, are already held in u.s. facilities without security problems. and the report says the defense department has room for more. >> guantanamo is a real stain on our country's image abroad. >> reporter: university of san francisco law professor peter is shooting a film project on the detention center. he's been to guantanamo and interviewed dozens of former inmates. he said moving the detainees stateside would make a difference. >> it could make the difference and maybe finally they will get a trial. >> i think americans would be on edge. >> repor
're accused of plotting unspeakable terrorist acts against the united states. but soon dozens of guantanamo bay detainees could be headed here to stay. a government report concludes it's not a bad idea. >> it could mean the beginning. the end for gu guantanamo bay. diane feinstein asked for a study four years ago and got the report this month. >> reporter: 166 detainees could be housed safely in american prisons, according to a federal report released today. senator feinstein concludes that president obama's controversial plan to move detainees to the u.s. could work. she says 373 people charged or convicted of terrorism are already held in u.s. facilities without security problems. and the reporticize the defense diameter -- the report says the defense department has room for more. >> guantanamo is a real stain on our country's image abroad. >> reporter: he's been to guantanamo and interviewed dozens of inmates. moving the detainees could make a difference. >> there'll be a lot more human rights groups and liberties groups pushing to have a trial or release, and i think it'll be stronger i
house nearly 170 detainees from guantanamo bay. the facilities would need to be modified. president obama ordered the closing of gitmo when he took office back in 2009. that move was blocked by congress over concerns of local security. >> palestinian leaders predicted they will score a win today when they vote on whether to recognize the palestinian state. they are against the effort arguing the solution will come when palestinians and israelis return to the bargaining table. >> i have said many times the path to a situation that fills the palestinian people is through injuries lel and ramallah, not new york. >> israeli officials have already said they will not return to negotiations after the vote and believe that it instead undermines hope for a peace deal. >>> susan rice's potential bid to be secretary of state comes more in jeopardy. it leaves more questions than answers. the opposition stems largely from this remark they made since the september 11th attack in benghazi. hillary clinton and the president still support her. >> susan rice has done a great job as our ambassador to
guantanamo, and there was no accountability on torture, and the you know, the iraq war didn't quite go the way it was because the, whatever, bush set the stage. arabs looked at, you promised, it didn't happen, and here's where we are right now. in fact, one of the most disturbing numbers we got was 85 percent in many countries saying "it doesn't matter who the u.s. president is, nothing gets better or changes." tom gjelten: so was it a mistake to raise those expectations, do you think? jim zogby: i think the president raised expectations on several levels, both domestically and foreign policy and i think he intended to do them all, but i think what we come down to is the fact that you said we're not going to get into partisan politics, but he had a crew of people saying "we're not going to let him win any victories at all." and on the economy, on health care, but also on foreign policy. i mean look, blocking the closure of guantanamo, i believe, for no good reason. and the senate legislation cowering democrats and republican obstructionism together combined to make that happen. on the
quan ton mow detainees. guantanamo detainees. the detainees would be murdered by neo nazis. and the myan apocalypse prediction could frighten children and suicidal teens. it is a euphemism for bill schulz. and lyndsay lohan was arrested after reportedly punching a woman in the face. thus completing her transformation to this generation's dana plado. >> let's well company our guest. i am here with diane macedo. she anchors "business news with imus in the morning" on the fox business network. and it is sherrod small. say hello to the people. >> what's up, people 1234* happy holidays. christmas. >> bill schulz. he thinks it is 1832 and high is manning a barricade in paris. and next to me charles pain wall street ceo. >> so could our state pens take some friends? prisons on u.s. soil could handle detainees from guantanamo bay as long as they made sig can't -- significant operational changes. as the chairwoman diane dianne feinstein notes it demonstrates that if the political will exists we could finally close guantanamo without impairing our national security. but many issues w
. >>> and they could close guantanamo bay as it currently holds 166 detainees and many are convicted of acts against the u.s. but those people could be moved to u.s. prisons. there are already 373 prisoners convicted of terrorism in the prison system. >>> the recruit starts at 11:00 this morning and it runs until 3:00 this afternoon. recruiters for many employers, lowe's and amtrak will be looking for veterans. they and their families are all invited to attend. >>> they are supposed to decide if a family oyster bay farm had to shut down. they are trying to operate and the farm is inside the point national sea shore. ken salazar to youred the farm last week. the business has no place inside a national preserve. >>> there are new concerns about safety for san jose state university. they are worried about out of state campus emergency phones. coming up, how bad the problem is and how bad they are responding. >>> it is a good time for how they will respond. the winning tickets was sold in arizona and missouri. this is video of the buying frenzy. tickets were selling at a rate of 130,000 a minute in the
military brigs and prisons across the country. the findings support closing guantanamo bay. right now there are 166 terrorist being held at guantanamo bay. >>> a girl who was humiliated in a airport pat down, now congress is asking questions, why they heard no answers today. >> tomorrow's commute and the next storm that i was talking about that comes this week. week-- that comes this weekend. >>> congress is investigating a airport screening accident. a 17-year-old girl ended up partially nude during a pat down. why there were plenty of questions today but no answers. >> reporter: she was 17 and traveling with a youth group from a christian school and wearing a sun dress. during a pat down the dress slip, her breast exposed and she was the niece of a congressman. at a hearing today he wanted to know how -- >> a tsa who can't look at a 17- year-old girl in a sun dress and say she doesn't pose a risk without subjecting the public and a young lady to this. >> reporter: the tsa couldn't answer. because he didn't show. the tsa snubbed the investigation of security and pat downs today. a sp
're watching right now. closing guantanamo has been on president obama's agenda since he took office four years ago and it might finally become a reality, but where would all the prisoners go? possibly closer than you think. >>> more than 7 million americans suffer from the nightmare of posttramatic stress disorder, but there's a surprising new treatment, one involving the drug known as ecstasy. >>> so how could dating across party lines possibly work out? >>> two winning tickets, almost $200 million new friends we'll soon learn who power ball's newest millionaires are. >>> this surveillance video might find out who one winner might be. >>> "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm deb feyerick in for carol costello. just in the big story that we're keeping an eye on for you this morning. a train in new jersey has derailed after a bridge collapsed in the community of paulsboro. the train was carrying some toxic and flammable chemicals. residents in the entire community of paulsboro are being asked to stay inside and keep their windows closed while the c
than they expected him to be. he did not close guantanamo. he was very disappointing in a lot of ways. the economic tide is turning already. whoever got elected this time, the mood in the country is better. the economic situation -- i think that is a pendulum. they go this way and that way and we're in a recovery mode now, i would guess. it is tough to read. well the republicans sit down with him? i think they have no other course to go. i am optimistic. tavis: let's go right at it. what the republican party has to do to remain relevant? i suggest to the other day and got internet conversation going. i said that the gop is toast. if they cannot figure out how in the most multicultural, multiracial, and multi-ethnic americans to play to a broader base, but how do they go about doing that? >> it is a different world but to say someone is toast, in 1964, lyndon johnson annihilated barry goldwater. and the theme was the republican party is dead. they have gone too far right, they had four years later, richard nixon who had been defeated in the governorship of california two years prior. n
by the government accountability office finds the controversial detention center at guantanamo bay, cuba, could be closed and the prisoners moved to the u.s. and prisons here, without harming national security. senate intelligence committee diane feinstein welcomed the report, noting that it costs more than $114 million a year to fund the facility. >>> in an effort to expedite funds new york city mayor michael bloomberg met with lawmakers in washington wednesday to make a personal plea for $42 billion in federal aid needed for hurricane sandy recovery. >>> a new german study shows that sea levels are rising 60% faster than u.n. projections over the last two decades. >>> and people in venice could be experiencing those effects. look at that. the city continues to take on floodwaters. residents and tourists were forced to use raised walkways, while some sat in half-submerged chairs outside in bars and cafes. >>> meanwhile, a rare tornado tore through an italian city injuring around 20 workers at a steel plant. another tornado caused extensive damage in tuscany on tuesday. >>> and michelle obama h
gitmo detainees be heading to your town. the move to close guantanamo bay. why it may be a bad idea. bill: any chance republicans fold on raising tax rates? we will find out when we ask senator john f u.n. e, and conservatives say the fight is far from over. >> republicans have stood for one thing specifically, it's held them together, they are the low tax party. the other guys want to tax to match their reckless spending. if they give it up now in return for nothing obama wins and he wins big. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot pie soup and it's so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... ...lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. martha: unions are stopping work at another busy california port. this scene was last week when the workers picketed at the oakland port. now it is clerical workers
't. there are things we haven't gotten done. i still want to close guantanamo bay. one thing we have to do is put a legal architecture in place and we need congressional help do that to make sure not only am i reined in and an president's reigned in in terms of decisions. there are tough trade-ups. sometimes there's bad folks on the other side of the world and you have to make a call and it's not optimal but when you look at our track record what we've been able to do is to say we ended the war in iraq, we're winding down the war in afghanistan, we've gone after al-qaida and its leadership. it's true al-qaida's still active at least sort of remnants of it are staging in other parts of middle east and sometimes you have to make tough calls but you can do so in a way that's consistent with international and american law. >> jon: within that, as it ratchets down, i think people have been surprised to see the strength of the bush era warrantless wire-tapping law and those things not also be lessened. the things he put in place people thought were government overreach and that maybe they had the mind
/11 attacks be removed from guantanamo bay in cuba to prisons right here in the united states? new push by an influential senator to shut down the fac facili facility. brian todd has been looking into this for us. what are you seeing? >> a new report is bullstering her argument and senator dianne feinstein is pushing again for detainees to be transferred from guantanamo. republicans say no way. and they point to the case of the highest value detainee of them all. he sits in a cell some 500 miles from american shores. khalid shaikh mohammed accused mastermind of 9/11 could be a step closer to residing on the soil he planned to attack. military and federal civilian prisons inside the u.s. would need several changes if detainees like mohammed would be transferred from guantanamo bay, cuba, to the u.s. but to din an feinstein shows if the political will exists, we can finally close guantanamo without imperilling our national security. the report says there are 2,000 state, federal and local prisons that could be suitable for those detainees and six military facilities. >> certainly the most
in the world, and to all these wonderful things like clothes guantanamo bay and and torture. he went out -- close guantanamo bay and end torture. four years later, opinion of america and things american have improved here and there, but certainly not to the degree that i think a lot of people, including people in the administration expected going into this period of time. if you look at the few global -- pew global attitudes index, opinion of the united states is in negative co territory for every country they serve it in the middle east, also china, it india. -- also india. the things that the rest of the world likes about america are movies, tv, science, technology. they're not keen on democracy as america preaches it. heading into another four years of the obama administration, where are we, and why are we here, and how do we get somewhere else? what went wrong, what is going right, and what to do about it going forward? >> first of all, i do not think that favorability ratings and the pew surveys of evidence of whether we're doing something wrong or right. i think it is a huge mistak
, but these are three worthy issues. gaunt gawbt -- guantanamo, a stain on america. how do we handle the onslaught against women by the republican leadership, if not by the bulk of republicans, and the third thing, of course, is what do we do about immigration? two of those three the president has said he has plans. but the first one, guantanamo, not so much. he has eliminated torture and other thing, but there is a lot more to be done. >> you don't think he's done enough for abortion -- >> no. >> could he be in planned patienthood, actually performing them? >> that's funny. this is what we have to do. you see by inches how people have made the religious notion that conception is the beginning of personhood, which challenges both contraception and a woman's right of choice of it abortion. in virginia, where i am from, they want to implant things in women who dared to have abortion. they have tried to limit where they can get medical treatment for abortions. we have a big push in this country by leadership against women having the right to exercise the right to be let alone and have an abortion. so
. they are a throat throat threat to guantanamo. they can deal bloody hell with grant moe. guantanamo. >> host: the u.s. navel base. >> guest: right. open the island of cuba. they couldn't reach the united states its. they were not considered a threat. they dropped off the top tier, and they -- by the end of november, even after the november 20th deal by november 29th kennedy is saying, look, crew shove said he will probably remove these in due course. that's the phrase he used. but he has no incentive to do that anymore. we don't have any leverage and the only leverage question offer is no-innovation guarantee. i don't want to pay that price. that's too high of a price. maybe we'll have to live with it. what happened, the soviets of their own for the own argument with the cubans ended up deciding to pull out the tactical nuclear weapons. the americans did not force that. the americans did not force them to pull out the combat troops. they kept raising it through. kennedy is talking about them in the weeks before the assassination. but they ended up staying or at least a group ended up staying. they
in washington. well, the u.s. could transfer all of the detainees at guantanamo bay here to the united states without jerp could i jeopardizing national security at all. that's the word from the head of the senate intelligence committee. the california democrat dianne feinstein said she asked the government accountability office to look into whether american prisons would handle detainees and she says the answer jevment gao report makes clear prison does exist in the united states operated by the defense and the justice department capable of holing the 166 detainees that remain at guantanamo bay in an environment that meets the security requirements. there is one problem. congress passed a law that bans the transfer of detainees to the united states and virginia republic congressman frank wolf says and i quote: these events should serve as a wakeup call to the american public that terrorists like khalid sheikh mohammed who confessed to his involvement in the plotting of the 9/11 attacks on the united states could one day appear in courtrooms on american soil. the army private accused of leaki
in the pacific basin that can pick them up, one is in guantanamo, one -- guam and one is in san francisco. i have to say thank you to the port of san francisco for the hard work and dedication of the teams there and the vision that they have for the shipyard and for the industry. i mean, monique's cruise, monique's teams are without equal. honest to goodness, it has really been a meerctionv you are to work with them and i look forward to the things we're moving forward on. the yard, san francisco, we're going to have one of the busiest years the yard has ever had, period, end of story. we're growing in a very tough market and we're growing in a tough market in no small part due to the vision and dedication of port of san francisco. i do appreciate it. and the guys who work at the yard appreciate it. good guys, doing hard work, getting union scale, making money, paying for their families, kids, and i mean, that doesn't happen by accident. that's a lot of hard work and i have to say it's a lot of hard work by the folks and the teamwork put together by the port of san francisco. i do appreciate
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promise to close guantanamo bay. the killing of ambassador chris stevens in libya and a nation more divided than ever. but isn't that what you ran on in 2008, promising to bridge the divide? >> what i promised was that we were going to look out for the american people and that i would do everything i could to break through some of the old ideological gridlock and just focus on what works. and that's actually what we did. >> despite the challenges, president obama says he can still do more. >> what i hope is is that post-election, if the american people are willing to see me here for another four years, that members of congress are going to remind themselves what they're sent here to do. and that is ultimately to work for the people who sent us here. >> as the clock runs out, the president is pitching the same advice he gives his daughter's basketball team. >> just always worry about doing your job, doing your best, getting better and thinking like a team. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> a man born to wealth, privilege and politics. >> i'm mitt romney, and i'm
que le tocará al mandatario cumplir dos promesas, como el cierre de guantanamo y una reforma migratoria. >>así llegamos al final de nuestro segmento especial, sera hasta la próxima semana. >>muchas gracias, te esperamos la semana entrante >>esta de fiesta el grupo colombiano choqibtwon. >>por estos dias todo es novedad en la vida de goyo tostado, al enterarse que estan nominados a tres categorias al latin grammy >>para nosotros es una emocion poder ser parte de esta fiesta que es la fiesta de los musicos, indistintamente que uno esté nominado o no, pero cuando se está nominado se disfruta más la fiesta. >>ahora pordrían llevarse el gramonfono a categoria mejor álbum del año, mejor álbum alternativo. >>la bella gloria martínez es la de mejor nominación, en la categoria favorita. pues aseguran pusieron el alma en la grabacion. >>eso es algo que nos tiene muy contentos. >>cuando les preguntamos quien inspiraba las melodias, la respuesta fue una. >>se lo deben a su sangre negra y el paisaje. ♪. >>en diciembre siempre vamos allá, nos juntamos con lo que nos llena y
a former detainee within guantanamo bay. it was very jarring to watch president obama, who campaigned and made the second bill signed with the intention to close guantanamo bay, sworn in, and have a piece of paper in front of many that suggested to me and was lairts true, that the president was going to have a great challenge and would be unable to close guantanamo because of what we saw from those who returned to join al-qaeda after being in guantanamo and going thr/5%q the saud rehabilitation program. from the beginning, president obama's first term, that was the beginning of al-qaeda in the peninsula. there's a long, deep history, many in the book, which hopefully is a story more than a history, but, again, they are linked, i think, in both the organization's mind as well as in the mind of the officials serving in this first administration. what we saw, then, obviously, on christmas day in 2009 was al-qaeda would be suicider on a plane over detroit who came very, very close to bringing down that plane. that, i think, was -- it sort of is the initial thing in january of 2009 where a
time to care for patients. >>> and a government report shows guantanamo bay detention camp can be closed without hurting u.s. security. they say 166 people right now are being held there and they could be moved to federal prisons -- prisons throughout the u.s. there are others with no reports of security problems. today there is a job fair and it is just for military veterans. the recruit, military job fair begins at 11:00 this morning at the oakland coliseum. it runs until 3:00 this afternoon. crews from a lost employers, including ge, lows and amtrak will be there looking for new workers. veterans and new federal reserves are invited to attend. >>> and san jose city hall includes 3 glass pedals that unfold on the outside revealing a series of years inside and it is a small scale version of a public art project. this is a winning tee sign asking them to use silicone technology but the proposed final sculpture would cost $20 million. >>> there are reports that pro- football players are taking viagra to make them more athletic. how does it sound to you? or is it legal? that con
that the president has not been able to keep. closing the prison at guantanamo bay. there's a new report that suggests this could change. [ female announcer ] imagine skin so healthy, it never gets dry again. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. only from aveeno. zoopt to go directly to the white house. we have jessica yellin with new details about some of the negotiations taking place behind closed doors between the president and congressional members, the republicans, on avoiding going over the fiscal cliff. jess, what have you learned? >> reporter: well, you know, the news here today is that in a phone call yesterday between the president and speaker boehner, i'm told by ae person familiar with the call, that the president made clear to the speaker that for him there will be no deal on the fiscal cliff unless both sides agree to raise rates on the wealthiest. that means raise tax rates for top earners. the reason that th
. it is time for the top 5@5:00. a measure that prevents terrorists from being transferred from guantanamo bay. diane fine stein commissioned a report that was looking into u.s. locations that might have been suitable for housing those detainees. >> frustrations boiling over for residents in staten island new york who went to a town hall meeting begging fema for help in the wake of super storm sandy and felt their calls went unanswered. >>>> (inaudible yelling) >> we can nt go nowhere. >> i don't know what's going on here. >> over 700 people were there many couldn't fit into the auditorium. >> the united nations voting to we can niez a palestinian state. -- to recognize a palestinian state. >> thousands of people celebrating in the west bank. general assembly officially changed the palestinian status from u.n. observer to an observer state. >> palestine is not a state. when the u.n. engages in this kind of activity shows a real lack of commitment to stop it from happening. >>> netanyahu says the vote violates past agreements. >> george h.w. bush rapidly improving in the hospital. the 88-year-o
is to be gained by taking the enemy combatants in guantanamo and putting them with prisoners in the military or federal system who are criminals? the people at guantanamo bay are not criminals. they're enemy combatants there as a result of a war. bill: senator feinstein argues that you have a 180 terrorists now being housed in maximum security prisons here in the u.s. but your point is well-taken. if you were to apprehend those responsible for killing our ambassador in libya and three others where would you take them? isn't guantanamo the best option? melissa: it absolutely is. it provides the isolation. listen all review bodies look at guantanamo through the years, believe it is highly regarded well-run facility protections the rights to anyone there. anyone been there, our detainees are treated there better than anybody in our federal and military systems in the united states. bill: democratic senate voted with kelly ayotte, republican from new hampshire. this is almost night fall. we mentioned this a few moments ago. when you look at thousands who have gathered now in tahrir square, gener
as the administration defends a possible plan to bring guantanamo bay detainees to u.s. soil. we'll tell you why, and we'll speak next to a man whose family was devastated by two separate terror attacks in this country. he will tell us why he thinks the last thing we should do is be bringing those detainees to u.s. prisons. >>> and a former attorney general says he has got a list of reasons why susan rice is not qualified to be secretary of state, and most of them have nothing to do with benghazi. michael mukasey tells us what they are when he joins us live in just a bit. >>> and a debate over a plan that could save taxpayers billions. there is a new push to get rid of the dollar bill, just ahead. ♪ [ whistle blows ] hi victor! mom? i know you got to go in a minute but this is a real quick me, that's perfect for two! campbell's chunky beef with country vegetables, poured over rice! [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. it fills you up right. is efficiently absorbed in small continuous amounts. citracal slow release continuously releases calcium plus d with efficient absorption in one daily dose.
the president doesn't want to send anybody to guantanamo or some other country for interrogation. >> greta: i was talking to speaker gingrich on the air. it's unfortunate this happened before the election. this has been going now for seven weeks. the fact there hasn't been answers from the administration which has pushed this up against the election. which i think is very good point. another thing that hasn't been discussed, since the bombings of the embassies in east africa in 1997, 1998 we have an organization designed to war game our strategies if our embassies are attacked. i don't know where they fall into this. i certainly would have engaged them immediately to see what would be a smart thing, military action should happen or not. there are a lot of unanswered questions. i'm going to take a. do come back jon kyl. >> wisconsin is turning oug tout be a crucial battleground. paul ryan is taking it to the his home and jobs and the economy. they sure are critical to this race. what do voters think now of president obama's handling of the economy? latest poll results are coming up. energy is
promise to close guantanamo bay. the killing of ambassador chris stevens in libya. and a nation more divided than ever. but isn't that what you ran on in 2008? promising to bridge the divide? >> what i promised was that we were going to look out for the american people and that i would do everything i could to break through some of the old ideological gridlock and just focus on what works. and that's actually what we did. >> despite the challenges, president obama says he can still do more. >> what i hope is is that post-election, if the american people are willing to see me here for another four years, that members of congress are going to remind themselves what they're sent here to do. and that is ultimately to work for the people who sent us here. >> as the clock runs out, the president is pitching the same advice he gives his daughter's basketball team. >> just always worry about doing your job, doing your best, getting better, and thinking like a team.
ghraib, guantanamo bay, invasion of attack. obama stepped in and actually embraced the arab spring. let's remember that. >> ari, you said you interviewed president obama. you said there was a very flattering profile. do you think that there is a -- is the support that exists within israel for him because he's a wonderful person or because you just think at the oepd testify day he'd support israel more strongly? >> first of all, he didn't share your view. the romney people did not think that the interview was flattering at all as it had some reservations about his charisma and strength of his personality. it's true what came across in the interview is something the americans saw in the debates which is that the man is no demon and, no, he's not nothing, and that was a very interesting experience to see that there was a certain exaggeration in the way he was perceiving the criticism of romney and once meeting him you could see that. i think that romney's failure isn't projecting a clear message and real stremgt and there was something vague just like on the american poll sichl there was s
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